Beach season has just begun, but Pope Francis’ visit to the region September 26th and 27th already has some towns thinking about the fall.
Hear Philly: The Shore Thing – Biking Through Absecon, Beers On The Boardwalk and The ‘Planet’s Largest Beach Party’
The first big event of the summer season gets all the resorts on the Island involved.
The Army Corps of Engineers can proceed with awarding contracts for the construction of storm-protective sand dunes on the beach in Margate, despite the objections of residents and city officials who don’t want them.
After Labor Day weekend things don’t slow down — not even for a second — on Absecon Island. The first weekend after the holiday, the pros from a popular summer sport come to Atlantic City.
At 1 p.m. on Wednesday, the massive, landmark elephant statue in Margate will have an “elephant sized amount of water” poured over her head.
Hear Philly: The Shore Thing – Mardi Gras AC, Armed Forces Salute and The Largest East Coast Air Show
A few days after Blake Shelton performs a free concert on the Atlantic City beach, Jeff Guaracino with the Atlantic City Alliance says another big name in the music industry will do the same to kick off August.
CBS 3 Meteorologist Kathy Orr climbs to the top of Margate’s most famous landmark.
The Shore Thing: Thrilling Thursday, Free Concerts and A Major Lifeguard Competition – Absecon Island in July.
Festivals, food, family and, of course, fireworks — all of these are major parts of Fourth of July weekend. And for many people, you can add the beach to that list.
The Shore Thing: Gumbo, Sand Sculptures and ‘The Planet’s Biggest Beach Party’ – Absecon Island in June.
A group called Margate Citizens Questioning the Beach Project is challenging the notion that one dune fits all along the Jersey Shore.
MARGATE, N.J., (CBS) – Kate Bilo reports from Margate, NJ in this special installation of “Orr at the Shore.” Kate shows us how people are dealing with the excessive heat at the beach. Kate is […]
The barrier island of Margate looked a lot different Tuesday. Morning and afternoon storms flooded many of the lower lying streets, turning different blocks into their own islands.
With luck and the help of dedicated volunteers, a beloved Jersey Shore landmark withstood Hurricane Sandy. Now, that landmark is reopening, with a new initiative to raise money for nearby storm victims.
If you’re headed to Ventnor or Margate for the holiday, you may be surprised by the picture on their beach tag. It’s a drawing of a white-tailed deer.